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One Financial Markets, a London-based forex and contracts for difference (CFDs) broker, said on Monday it has, through a partnership with peer Virgin International Markets, or VI Markets, opened an office in Kuwait.
The office is located in Mazaya Tower and is the broker’s only office in Kuwait. In addition, One Financial markets is headquartered in London and operates offices in UAE’s Dubai and Abu Dhabi, and Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah.
“One Financial Markets is delighted to further strengthen its longstanding partnership with VI Markets through the joint venture of our new prestigious office in Mazaya Tower, Kuwait City,” said Ashley Clarke, CEO of One Financial Markets. “Our shared vision of providing outstanding service to our clients underlined by a commitment to professionalism, integrity and transparency in all our dealings, is further embraced with the appointment of VI Markets under the FCA authorization,” she added.
VI Markets is an introducer appointed representative of One Financial Markets for the Kuwait market with offices in London and Kuwait. The layout and information on the two brokers’ websites are nearly identical. VI Markets’ clients trade under the same conditions as if they would with One Financial Markets. In fact, all client accounts, dealing, administration and settlement are carried out by One Financial Markets.
One Financial Markets is the trading brand of UK-based C B Financial Services.The broker offers trading in forex and CFDs on a number of instruments, including forex, bullion, indices, commodities, treasuries, and energy. It works with retail and institutional investors alike.
Although established and headquartered in London, One Financial Markets is clearly oriented towards the markets in the Middle East. It has wholly owned and affiliate offices throughout the Middle East, Europe and Central and South East Asia.
The broker is licensed and regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and South Africa’s Financial Services Board (FSB).